Symbols of Canada by Michael Dawson, Catherine Gidney, Donald Wright
English | October 2nd, 2018 | ISBN: 1771133716 | 256 pages | True EPUB | 34.98 MB
From Timbits to totem poles, Canada is boiled down to its syrupy core in symbolic forms that are reproduced not only on t-shirts, television ads, and tattoos but in classrooms, museums, and courtrooms too. They can be found in every home and in every public space. They come in many forms, from objects—like the red-uniformed Mountie, the maple leaf, and the beaver—to concepts—like free healthcare, peacekeeping, and saying "eh?".